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nonviscous

[ non-vis-kuhs ]
/ nɒnˈvɪs kəs /
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adjective
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Origin of nonviscous

OTHER WORDS FROM nonviscous

non·vis·cous·ly, adverbnon·vis·cous·ness, noun
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